ADO Continuation

Playing off of:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_21484253.html

If I'm using ADO, how would I add/modify/delete records from a recordset creating using a Join?

Not looking too much for specifics at the moment...just general ideas/commands.  I've always use Select statements and then assigned the fields with the text control's data...presumably I would use INSERT and DELETE commands?

If so, in addition, I want to cover all the bases so that if an add is initiated, the user has the option to cancel the add - an undo for an edit, etc...are these ado commands that I can apply?  Any links with tips for these procedcures?
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
You cannot. You have to use SQL action queries (Insert, Update, Delete) launch using the connection object (YourConnectionObject.Execute "Insert Into YourTable(...") and refresh your recordset after.

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